When she was questioned in court in Boston on Monday said Felicity Huffman that her daughter had reading and writing difficulties throughout their lives, writes TMZ. The actor, along with 23 other targeted parents, admitted the crimes in the highly acclaimed second part published today in the united states.
the equivalent of 140,000 kroner that her children would get good results on her SAT test, corresponding to a kind of Swedish scholastic aptitude test. The money was washed through a charity established by William Singer, described as the brain behind the fraud and was responsible for the building where Huffman and the other parents ' children wrote their test.
"the full House"-actor Lori Loughlin is the suspect in the second part published today. Loughlin and her husband is alleged to have paid the equivalent of 4.6 million to get their two daughters in an elite university but Loughlin deny the crime.
not to prosecute Felicity Huffman for money laundering, something they plan to do when it comes to the parents who are not recognized crimes. Judgment in the case, will in september.